marwaha

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Hi,

Thanks for the reply. This is helpful but I think I need to understand the 'unapply' command a bit more before I can use it. I did use it in the way you described aboue (although I did not get the 'Example'). I used the unapply command to get a vector valued function but because of the unapply command it can no longer be used for symbolic operations as it becomes merely an operator (I think). For instance if I were to differentiate F within a loop with respect to any other variables, it always returns a zero value.

 

I'm working with a system of nonic equations for an optimization problem which requires multiple operations. So far I tried using the unapply feature to obtain an operator for evaluating the function at various points and defined another function for other operations.

 

Is there any way around this?

Hi,

Thanks for the reply. This is helpful but I think I need to understand the 'unapply' command a bit more before I can use it. I did use it in the way you described aboue (although I did not get the 'Example'). I used the unapply command to get a vector valued function but because of the unapply command it can no longer be used for symbolic operations as it becomes merely an operator (I think). For instance if I were to differentiate F within a loop with respect to any other variables, it always returns a zero value.

 

I'm working with a system of nonic equations for an optimization problem which requires multiple operations. So far I tried using the unapply feature to obtain an operator for evaluating the function at various points and defined another function for other operations.

 

Is there any way around this?

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